The Career Of A Cosmetology Career

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The career that I have chosen to pursue is a cosmetology career. I chose this career because I like to make others feel good about themselves. I love knowing that when I leave the salon, I feel good about myself, therefore I know that others do too. What draws me into this career is not only can you expand anything you thought you knew about cosmetology, you will always learn new things. You can learn different ways to do hair and makeup. Of course there are other things you can learn too. Plus, whatever you learn with cosmetology, you can definitely use to your advantage, even if this isn’t someone’s chosen career. To be able to do this job, you need to be able to talk to people. You can’t exactly be an anti-social pessimist. You need to have …show more content…
They can do hair, esthetics, nails, skin care. Some can even give massages. You’re taught everything you need to know to become a cosmetologist. There are specific lessons to learn, and if you just want to focus on one thing, then you definitely can. One’s physical environment for this career is usually a spa or a beauty parlor. Most cosmetologist work about forty hours a week. Depending on what kind of clientele you have, say stay at home moms, their best time of day to come in would be while kids are at school. Or you may have clients come in after work. You never really know. But mostly a cosmetologist works forty hours a week. Some good benefits with being a cosmetologist, you can be your own boss. You can work at home or own your own business. About 45% of cosmetologist are self employed. You also have a flexible schedule. Also, your friends and family will ask you more questions about beauty, you’ll always have something to do, whether it be nails or hair or makeup. You probably never have to see another hair stylist again, since you’ll know what you like, what you look good in, and how to do it. But the best one is, you can always count on helping someone feel good about themselves. On average, according to The Bureau of Labor

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